Adam and I spent some time today in Flint with a few dogs that are forced to live 24/7 outside on chains, regardless of the weather. The appreciation these animals have for simple things like food and a little affection is something that you just have to experience for yourself to understand. If you would like to help, please contact me. Donations are also always accepted and I would be happy to arrange pick up or you can always drop off to me at work while you are picking up cupcakes ;) Some items always in need: Quality wet and dog food, treats, bones to pass the time, M-XL coats, Igloo dog houses and monetary donations are always needed. Thank you ❤ #petsinperil#outreach#breakthechains#pip#banbsl#bslbites#bslisthepits#bamthedeednotthebreed#loversnotfighters#kissernotabiter#loveabull#adoreabull#flint#michigan
This is example of racist white people using black people once again. ALOT Of Black people who supported her, someone who calls Black people predators ... it’s sick how loving and forgiving we try to be to be people to continue make a fool of our kindness #KeatonJones#blacklivesmatter#puertorico#flint#justice
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"When they reached the mountain's summit, even Clancy took a pull,
It well might make the boldest hold their breath,
The wild hop scrub grew thickly, and the hidden ground was full
Of wombat holes, and any slip was death.
But the man from Snowy River let the pony have his head,
And he swung his stockwhip round and gave a cheer,
And he raced him down the mountain like a torrent down its bed,
While the others stood and watched in very fear." _____
Austrailian Poem from 1890, adapted to movie 🎬 in 1980. One of my absolute favorite films forever 😊
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Friday marks 1,323 days that the people of #Flint, Mich., have been without #cleanwater. Although the water is reportedly testing below the #federal-action threshold, #pipereplacement and #infrastructure changes in the city have left #residents relying on bottled water and filters for clean drinking water. The state-supplied bottled water may soon come to an end, however.
According to MLive.com, a Dec. 6 email from #Mic#MichiganrtmentofEnvironmentalQuality spokeswoman #TiffanyBrown indicated that if testing during the final months of 2017 “continues to trend well below the federal action level through December, the state would likely revisit the availability of state-supplied bottled water at that time.” While Brown’s email said that no final decision has been made as of yet, #FlintMayor#KarenWeaver issued a statement Wednesday citing comments from #RichBaird, senior adviser to #Michigan #GovRickSnyder, to city officials that the water-distribution program could end next month.
In her statement, Weaver said, “Before I can support this move, I need to hear from the #doctors we have been working with for the last two years … and I would hope that state officials would ask for their professional opinions as well, before shutting down the [points of water distribution].” The latest round of testing for lead and copper covered sampling from the first six months of this year and found that the city’s 90th percentile for lead was at 7 parts per billion, MLive.com reports. While far better than the results for the last six months of 2016, that number is still higher than 92.6 percent of the 1,333 water systems the DEQ regulates.
The federal-action level for the 90th percentile is 15 parts per billion.
None of those results, however, make the people living and working in Flint feel any better about the water.